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122159507 Carlucci David

122159507 Carlucci David

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Published by: Nick Reisman on Jan 25, 2013
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Rockland County Democratic CommitteeExecutive Committeerocklanddems@gmail.comDecember 10, 2012Senator David CarlucciDistrict Office95 South Middletown Road Nanuet, New York 10954Dear Senator Carlucci,As the Executive Committee of the Rockland County Democratic Committee wewere disappointed to read last week that you and the other members of the IDCwould be forming a coalition government with Dean Skelos and the RepublicanConference. We felt blindsided upon your election in 2010 when you deserted theDemocratic Conference, prior to getting sworn in as Senator. Many of us workedhard for you in 2010 and again in 2012. We gathered petitions, knocked on doors,donated money, hosted house parties, and talked to neighbors and friends. Weassuaged people’s fears that you weren’t up to the task or ready for the job. Wewere there when you needed us, and now you have again turned your backs on us.Last week, even before all of the races have been decided, you made this decisionto side with the Republican caucus. If Cecilia Tkaczyk wins, and we hope shedoes, there will be more Senators will Ds next to their names than Rs; you haveshown us that the D next to your name means nothing. You won’t even give your fellow Senate Democrats a chance; the same Senate Democrats that sent resourcesand money to get you elected. We believe in loyalty and we believe in the idealsand principles of the Democratic Party. We believe in equality for all, a fair chance, worker’s rights, and the support of government. As suburban Democratswe might disagree on some issues with our NYC neighbors, of course, but wehave the same values. These key democratic priorities include raising theminimum wage, electoral reform, and the women’s reproductive health act; whichare now subject to bargaining with the Republicans. What will Democrats have togive up for these priorities to go through, what watered down version will we see?Many people do not just vote for individuals, they vote for someone of a particular  party because they believe in what that party stands for.You say that the Democratic Conference could not govern from 2009-2011 and
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